Things to know about Singapore


Singapore Flag Singapore is an independent island city. The country consists of 63 satellite islands, the main island, and an outlying island. The four official languages spoken here are Tamil, English, Chinese and Malay.

Singapore is the only country in Asia to have a sovereign AAA rating among the largest agencies. In 2013, it was ranked as the most expensive city because it is a major center for shipping and finance. It is the tenth-largest billionaire in the world's big city. As of 2019, the total population of the country is 5,703,600.

Singapore has a shallow infant mortality rate, the fastest access to the Internet, the longest life expectancy enjoyed by its residents. The people have access to health care, personal safety, and quality of life. It's rank at 5th number. The currency used in the country is Singapore dollar.; it represented as S$. Singapore's airlines SQ is the best airline in the world and has a 5-star rating.

Religions

Buddhism is the most populous religion in the country. About 33% of the population consider themselves its followers. Christianity found the second-largest religion there. About 17% of people there do not follow any religion. It has three traditional monasteries and Dharma centers, including the Mahayana, Vajrayana, and Theravada. The Chinese are predominantly Buddhist.

Nature and Climate

Singapore has lost 95% of its historic forests and is now home to naturally occurring flora and fauna. The government is taking steps to improve the quality of life there. For vision, 10% of the space allocated. Historic sites in Singapore include 161-year-old botanic gardens and UNESCO world heritage.

The weather in Singapore is not the same; the temperature, humidity, and frequent rainfall are not the same. The temperature there is usually 23 ° C to 32 ° C.

Best things to do in Singapore

It is a small lion city in size and offers exquisite pleasures. There are many skyscrapers, parks, and shopping malls to see. The food, world-class restaurants, and food street attract tourists. That's enough. The Singapore zoo has thousands of animals. It is the safest and most friendly place to visit Singapore's Chinatown is a place where older people meet new ones. Shops, restaurants, street markets are worth visiting. Tourist attractions include Gardens by the Bay, Singapore botanic garden, national orchid garden, cloud forest, Sands Skypark observation deck, Singapore Flyer, Jewel Changi Airport, and many more.